Comment Letter | Accounting and Financial Reporting

HFMA comments on FASB proposed ASU Revenue Recognition (Topic 605)

Comment Letter | Accounting and Financial Reporting

HFMA comments on FASB proposed ASU Revenue Recognition (Topic 605)

HFMA's P&P Board comments on the proposed ASU Revenue Recognition (Topic 605), Revenue from Contract with Customers, that would affect entities that enter into contracts.

HFMA's P&P Board comments on FASB's exposure draft of the proposed Accounting Standards Update Revenue Recognition (Topic 605), Revenue from Contract with Customers, which would affect any entity that enters into contracts with customers unless those contracts are in the scope of other standards (for example, insurance contracts or lease contracts).

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